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for three of the seven people killed. 50-year-old gregly, his 82-year-old mother and her son william were remembered in a service in burlingame. a reception is in millbrae at the high school william attended. >> a new report suggest that is the explosion could be linked to tiny bacteria. that lives in the water and releases gases that can corode and break down a pipe. pg&e had said a small amount of water was found in tests in san bruno. n microbes were linked to a explosion in new mexico. it killed 12 people. tracy grant is live in san bruno tonight where she got an up-close look at the clean up look there. >> reporter: work crews just wrapped up for today. they are expected to return tomorrow from 8:00 to 6:00.
the county of san mateo is in charge and the county is not concerned about the cost. they say all they want is to help these families finally return home. >> it's awful. >> reporter: inez had to get a look at it. the spot where the gas pipe exploded two weeks ago where her granddaughter's childhood friend jessica died. >> she said i wish i could be more close to him now. >> reporter: morales was one of seven people killed. in three to four weeks this will be a blank canvas. what's left of the 35 homes gutted is cleared away. >> it's a sense of finality and a new beginning. >> for the county and the city is rebuilding and the steps homeownersville to take.
county environmental health service said what will exist in the space will be landing clean. once demolition and soil control are completed. they control environmentally hazardous dust that covers every inch of the area. that is a concern surrounding the blast site. the director said one person wants to look into getting an independent contractor. they said the county will try to provide resources for the homeowner, but won't be able to give them approval or financial help. these crews are working pain stakingly to get it right. if that means it takes longer, so be it. >> it's not a draw for the crews. >> they understand they are in somebody's home and dealing with individuals' property. >> the weather has been a big plus for these crews out here.
last week it was so windy. the warm weather tamed the wind and helped to keep the dust and debris from flying everywhere. tracy grant, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, tracy. stay with us for continuing coverage of the san bruno explosion. we also have a special section on our website, nbcbayarea.com. >> now to a developing story. a federal judge in san jose lifted a moratorium on executions here in california. a ruling that could put a man in the death chamber next week. the next execution is wednesday at san quentin. it would be the first in california since january of 2006, but the judge is giving that condemned inmate an option regarding the procedure. george kiriyama is live with more on this developing story. george? >> reporter: those against the death penalty are furious with
the judge's decision to allow the execution to happen. but the judge believes the state made the necessary changes to go forward. federal judge jeremy has given him a choice of how he wants to die. by a single injection or a three-drug method. the judge in the state should give brown another choice. life. >> we are asking that question. why now? why the rush to execute now? the attorney general is rushing this process and creating legal chaos. there is an enormous amount of uncertainties and serious questions that have not been answered. >> brown was sentenced to death for raping and murdering a 15-year-old in southern california. he will be the first inmate executed in almost years. the judge halted all executions in early 2006. take a closer look at the three-drug process and if inmates were suffering extreme pain during executions.
>> here the stakes are too high and there soom uncertainties to continue. the courts need to stop the proceedings so we can have a careful review of all the problems and the public concerns over lethal injection. >> brown will be the first to be executed in california's new lethal injection chamber which has been changed to meet the requirements. better equipment, lighting and space. pro death penalty supporters are happy to move forward with the execution. >> there has to be a measure of accountability and take a life, you deserve to lose your life. >> he didn't care for the 15-year-old. why should we put him through it. you put her in pain through it so do it. >> expect to see a flurry of legal activity. they are asking a marin county superior court to halt the election and ask the ninth
circuit to overturn the decision. live in san francisco, nbc bay area news. >> clarence ray allen was the last to be executed in the state in january of 2006. at that time the 76-year-old was the oldest death row inmate. he was convicted in 1980, ordering the murders of three people while in prison for another murder. a death of an inmate being restrained by officers is a homicide. isaiah downs weighed more than 300 pounds and that did play a role. he was cuff and forced to the ground and the sheriffs reportedly placed their weight on his back and neck, causing him to suffocate. police say they are still investigating and so far there have been no arrests. the family plan to file a wrongful death lawsuit. questions about mental competency could derail the trial against jaycee dugard's kidnapper. a judge suspended proceedings. lindsay paulo explain what is is
behind the move. >> phillip garrido is charged with kidnapping and raping with a buzz cut and a blank stare. they went on record questioning the ability to assist in his own defense and stand trial. she visited her home 20 times and reported her trouble in the meetings. >> when someone wants to go to trial for crazy reasons or not go to trial for crazy reasons that, person is not competent. that's what we are talking about. >> however, the district attorney said he is confident and garrido is confident. his own observations including the defendant looking away and seeming disinterested when his own lawyer talks to him are troubling. they suspended criminal proceedings pending a mental evaluation of garrido. it's an issue of fairness which
will not significantly delay a trial. >> in cases where somebody is seriously seriously ill, that delay is only maybe a couple of months. we are not talking about a significant delay in time. >> the next step will be determining the pram terse of the hearing. as the latest twist unfolded, garrido did not react. >> it didn't phase him. >> nbc bay area news. >> he will be back in court october 8th. his wife nancy's trial is still on track and is schedule for court a week from today. 15-year-old isaac brat died last friday after the driver of the car he was in spun out into the path of a tractor-trailer. four other students in the car were injured. the 16-year-old driver of the car has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and dui.
>> are new at 6:00, a ribbon cutting for a new tunnel. you won't be driving through it. nobody will. today in san mateo, the public utilities commission and local officials celebrate a-mile tunnel that carries water under the bay. it will be part of the system bringing water to thirsty bay area residents. replacing an older system which would be unreliable. >> all about seismic safety and water reliability, making sure the customers get water in a major event. >> the new delivery system should be completed by the year 2015. >> now to the weather. if you thought it was hot today, just you wait. it was just the beginning of a heat wave. a spare the air day has been called for tomorrow. rob is in the weather center with the details. rob? >> that's right. today's temperatures for parts of the bay area are in the 90s. here's a look at the highs. close to 90 degrees and 93 in
gilroy. 87 in san jose. look at san francisco and oakland climbing into the 80s. we are still seeing hot temperatures inland and close to 90 around concord. you can see san jose is 85 and w cooling into the 70 s. here's the story for tomorrow. we have poor air quality in the santa clara valley. that is a reason why it's issued for the south bay and you notico they give you a sneak preview, those are morning temperatures in the 60s or 70s. as early as lunchtime tomorrow, we are already in the 90s and pushing 100 degrees. we will show you what it means for where you live in a few minutes. lisa? >> also ahead, the magic bus. we will take ow a tour of technology in the 60s and present day. >> with the silicon valley machine that helps us look forward to a smaller, cheaper
future. >> the san francisco zoo celebrates new births. we will have the cute baby pictures. >> a report on the people of california hired to work on a home health care program. >> freed american hiker sarah shourd meets w president president today. her new comment when is we are back in two minutes. [ ruiz ] reliable tools started as a brick and mortar store. we sell lathes, mills, high-tech equipment. i had an idea to go ahead and put up a couple of items on ebay, and they brought more than our expectations. meg whitman gave me the tools to expand globally. we sell to australia, india... that big blue machine over there? it's going to malaysia on wednesday. with ebay, she created jobs for millions of people. with meg's creativity,
meeting with the president of a country that locked her up, cal grad sar sa shourd talked to face with president ahmadinejad today and unlike his recent meeting, she left feeling good. >> i wanted to thank president ahmadinejad for this gesture of allowing my mother and i to meet with him and for the mothers of shane and josh to meet with his
envoy. it was very gracious and a good meeting. >> iran's president is in new york attending the general assembly. shourd came to lobby for the release of her fiance and friend who are still in prison in iran 14 months after they arrested them near the iran-iraq border. september stays red hot for your money. the business and tech reporter scott budman has the news for the weekend. a good start. a great month and a great day. great businesses spending more money and raised optimism with investors that those businesses are more confident about the future. after a big day, wall street up four weeks in a row. among the stocks rising, silicon valley chip companies after oracle ceo told his companies open world conference crowd, oracle is looking to buy chip firms. amd, nvidia, cypress all made
you monobuy out speculation. technology companies settled with a department of justice and all six agreeing not to cut dees with each other. the d oj said they are unfair to workers and the companies are promising no more such deals. adobe, apple, intel and pixar, they said they have evidence of the deals have been done made in the past. it's the $100 million question. did facebook founder mark zuckerberg make a major donation for pr reasons. today on oprah, he laughed off the controvercy over a donation to newark schools. >> this is my life. i know it's not that dramatic. the last six years have been a lot of coding and focus and hard work, but maybe it would be fun to remember it as partying and
crazy dram a. >> zuckerberg wanted to remain anonymous at first and the timing had more to do with her schedule than any movie release schedule. a first of its kind. a car dealership opened an unusual show room. all the cars are green. they are all hybrid or ecofriendly. the insight, civic and crz sport hybrid. >> honda's game plan in the next 10 years will be a totally hybrid and green technology. >> the honda of oakland show room opened to the public following a ribbon cutting last night. the auto dealerships are one of the top sales tax producers. >> the marijuana expo is expected to light up the bay area once again this weekend. the international cannibis and hemp expo was such a success in april, the cow palace in daley city, it returned for another round. the intent is to showcase the
multibillion dollar industry and sell stereotypes. the expo comes as california voters head to the polls to decide whether to legalize pot in the debate. >> we found out tomorrow say spare the air day. many days after that we will be in the 90s and triple-digits. >> around san francisco, we are talking warm temperatures right now. we cooled down to 71 degrees and even with the wind out of the west. no low clouds here. the fan is running without the air conditioning as you lose the clouds on the coast and the sea breeze kicks in. comfortable around the peninsula. oakland looking west to san francisco. the wind is coming in across the bay and northwest wind at 12. one of the spots to be. found ans around downtown and 84 degrees. northwest winds at nine and this will be a popular place as we go through the weekend with the temperatures ratching up into
the 90s. 50s and 60s and some places in the foothills will see lows in the mid-sicks tonight. it will be mild as we get saturday started. the warmer start to the day and inland having no trouble getting into the 90s. we do have the spare the air day for the santa clara valley. that's where the worst will be set up going through the weekend. sunday, monday, and tuesday. more spare the air days for the area. the view shows you a lot of fog. you can only see a little bit of stratus clouds. warming air aloft that has broken up the marine layer and squished it down to the ocean. the only temperatures we are likely to see is off to the coast. the dome of high pressure strengthening all the way through the weekend. it looks like the second half will get close to record breaking temperatures. we are looking at 80s and 90s inland. a spare the air day for saturday and not be surprised to see that
into sunday and monday. temperatures inland getting close to 100 degrees by livermore and areas south towards morgan hill. could see the numbers close to 100 and 80s and 90s around the central bay. the forecast will have a warm start and 60 no, sir many spots. look at the lunchtime temperatures in the low 90s. if you have outdoor plan, take water and keep cool and get in the shade. san francisco 85 and 92 in san jose. same story around the trivalley. it's saturday which is the cooler of the two weekend days. we will show you how long the hot temperatures will last in the seven-day forecast in our next half hour. >> thank you very much. sounds like a great day to go to the beach tomorrow. here's a good cause. bay area beaches are getting clean. saturday is the 26th annual coastal clean up day. sponsored by the california coastal commission. over 80,000 volunteers participated statewide and more
than 260,000 pounds of trash were cleaned from nine bay area counties. >> eddie fisher, a superstar singer from the 1950s died in his east bay home. he died in his berkeley home on wednesday due to complications from hip surgery. he was 82 years old. fisher had dozens of songs in his career included thinking of you and oh, my papa. he was just as well-known for his marriages to debbie reynolds and elizabeth tailor. he is survived by four children including actress carrie fisher. >> an unexpected addition. a baby girl and there is a catch. she didn't know she was pregnant. >> uncle sam wants your prescriptions and focused on the medicine cabinet. >> caught on tape, the stunt over lake tahoe that led to a military investigation. >> the pooch bringing ostients at a bay area s h patients at a bay area hospital.
ucsf children's hospital welcomes new hires with a doggy shower. we followed her on one of her rounds as she visited patients in their bed sides and play room. hosted by canine companions aims to bring comfort, motivation and smiles to children who need them the most. >> the program here is all about the bond between children and animals and specifically a dog. she is a facility dog and making
miracles happen every day. >> the new canine team started training in august. the program is modelled after a similar one in sacramento. >> could it be a case of navy pilots behaving badly? cell phone videos appear to show them drunking telecopters into lake tahoe. artie ojeda from the san diego station gives us a look. >> reporter: the navy confirm this is cell phone video shot september 13th at lake tahoe is authentic. the helicopters are $33 million romeos. here's a picture of what one looks like up close. they are from north island's maritime strike 41 squadron. >> i didn't know it was possible. >> what were the pilots doing? the pentagon told us it was not
a training mission and the pilots were trying to take pictures of the majestic setting. because of the weight of the aircraft, the choppers are partially submerging before the pilots overted disaster. >> what are they doing? >> we showed the video to two navy officers, a technical aircraft controller. >> i'm not exactly sure what i that are doing. yeah, i think there is a basis for an investigation there. >> my gut reaction, why someone would want to sacrifice their career to do something off a flight plan would be totally ridiculous. that's killing the event right there. >> a spokesman said the helicopters sustained class c damage, meaning damage more than 50,000, but less than $500,000. >> a spokes person said it's not a normal training site.
the investigation is over depending on the results though and they could lose their flying permits. >> still ahead at 6:00, taking a drive into the past, the trippy tour bus here providing a portal to the 1960s. >> back to square one, lindsay lohan back behind bars. details on the day in court. >> i want it picked by americans and sliced by guatemalans in a spa where a chilean gives me a brazilian. >> taking as act to capitol hill, he testifies about immigration and the jokes were flying. >> our business and tech reporter scott budman has a memory breakthrough. you will be able to store more songs than you can hear in your time. we'll be right back. o
getting smaller through the years, but this is out of this world. want business and tech reporter scott budman shows us the machine that is bringing us a smaller faster future. >> with sebastian on the microscope and hinrich on the atom-crunching computer, the silicon valley research center moves towards the future where technology is smaller, cheaper and much, much faster. >> this is another develop the of another 30 or 40 years in the future. >> a future where your ipod holds millions of songs and thousands of movies and solar panels bring in solar energy for a fraction of the cost. this machine by letting scientists watch atoms in realtime could help the scientists create much smaller and more powerful devices.
>> we can store about 1,000 times more information in the same space where the memory stick will hold 1,000 times more information. >> to putz this in perspective, we were getting a tiny fraction of the storage we have now and paying 144 times more for it. the future is looking brighter and more affordable. >> the immediate impact on science right now. that will allow us to study what can be technology in 20 years's time. >> from a big machine comes a big idea. we have been storing things in a very small space. >> nbc bay area news. >> ibm sends about $6 billion a year on research and development, much of it right here in sill von valley. >> the big scandal in sell got bigger. the police chief is now under
fire. today lawyers started investigating former chief randy adams into the probe of the multimillion-dollar scandal. upon taking the job, adams declared himself disabled in order to receive tax breaks when he retired. four of bell's five elected officials are behind bars and the pay scandal with only one city councilmember is in the clear. that councilmember received a monthly stipend of only $620. it's a working weekend for state lawmakers who claim they are close to a deal to solve the $19 billion budget mess. we have the break down. >> legislative aides are crunching numbers. >> are we close to a deal? >> this is the first step. >> the spokesperson said he and the other big five leaders are not speaking publicly until they
can announce the details. >> we can get the leaders back together on monday and close this and put it to bed. >> it includes relying on rosy predictions for how well the economy will do for how much the federal government will send to california for sending a tax break that had not taken effect and selling off more than $1 billion worth of state building. >> they are on the 10-yard line. >> the political analyst said even with the budget now a record 86 days late, there is still a chance the deal could fall apart. when rank and file legislators learn what the leaders have in mind. >> most of them are running for reelection and they have to figure out how it will affect my reelection chances. >> parents from a preschool protest and the school relies on state subsidies and have to
close if a budget is not signed, sealed and delivered in the next two weeks. >> i hope he signs the budget to keep the school open for the kids. >> the governor called on state lawmakers to create a law to prevent violent felons from working as home health care aides. there more than 200 workers flagged as unsuitable and set to resume or begin working. the governor made the request and privacy laws prevent the state from warning that the helpers do have a criminal working. >> instead of flushing left over pills and drop them off at a local site. in an effort to clean up the medicine cabinets, they are hosting a take back day. 3400 drop off centers will let you dump your drugsly. flushed pills can get into the water supply and throwing them in the trash is not good enough. >> we have kids. in all honesty perceive
prescription drugs as much safer than illegal drugs. >> officials say that's a dangerous misperception. i hear a few of those centers visit between 10:00 and 2:00. in san francisco, head to the northern police station in oakland. visit the oakland police station and in san jose go to the police department for a full list of drop off centers. go online and visit the drug administration enforcement website. >> a funny take as far as political sat ire from stephen colbert who testified on immigration and even he managed to get a little serious at times. >> swarmed by media, colbert had barely taken a seat when a congressman tried to kick him out for attracting too much attention and detracking from their work. >> i'm not asking you not to talk. i'm asking you to leave the
committee room completely and submit your statement instead. >> he was eventually allowed to stay. he did submit comments and went off script with his wit. >> i'm happy to use my celebrity to draw attention to this complicated issue and i hope my star power can bump the hearings all the way up to c-span 1. >> he felt qualified to testify because he spent a dayworking on a farm which was featured on the colbert report. >> you are not qualified. >> thank god! can i go home now? >> he said his experience gave him understanding of why americans don't seek jobs mostly held by migrant workers. >> i break into a cold sweat at the sight of a salad bar. >> he was asked why he took up the cause. >> i like talking about people who don't have any power. this seems like one of the least powerful people in the united states, our migrant workers who
do our work, but don't have any rights as a result. >> sarcasm and politics with serious under tones, colbert style. >> i want to make sure if i get the answer wrong, i can't be held for perjury. >> today marks the second time in a month a judge ruled don't ask don't is unconstitutional. it was closely watched by activists. the u.s. district court judge ruled the air force violated the constitutional rights ever a flight nurse when she was dischanged for being gay. major margaret wit was ordered reinstated as soon as possible. senate republicans blocked an effort. >> still ahead at 6:00, mysterious pains turned into a shocking revelation. what doctors say was really going on. >> lindsay lohan heads back to jail. will she have a shot at early release? >> a bizarre bank robbery in florida that has a teller under
suspicion. >> a warm evening and look at that view from oakland. still sitting at 80. if you thought today was warm, wait until you see the weekend and seven-day forecast. we wilok a [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp, carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china.
and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget"
and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. unbelievably tense moments for customers near miami when a bank teller demanded cash. robbers broke into the man's home and held him at gunpoint before sending him to the bank where he works and making him demand cash. fbi agents removed the teller after about three hours. the search is on for the suspects and police are questioning the teller who is also as well a suspect in this
case. lindsay lohan is being shown a little leniency. a judge just granted her bail with a catch. the actress violated her promotion when she tested positive for controlled substands last week. at a hearing the judge sent her back to jail and denied the application, but tonight he set bail at $300,000 payable only after she spends three weeks behind bars. the next hearing is set for october 22nd. >> every so often the miracle of birth is a complete surprise to mom. that's what happens. she and her husband rushed to the nearest hospital thinking she had an ruptured appendix. they all came up negative. i never had any eating rabbits that were different. i was astonished. i couldn't believe it. i was nervous coming over here
to find not knowing the gestation and prenatal care and not knowing what we were talking into. >> you know your situation is unusual when the mid-wife is more nervous than you are. they had the bad luck of going to the hospital where there was an obstetrics department. a delivery team rushed over. she is doing just fine tonight. by the way, this was amanda's second child. she has an 11-year-old son. >> 11 years, she forgot what it was like. >> how can you ever forget. >> she forgot what the birthing experience was like and that's why it took her by surprise. >> easy to forget that. >> the giants a half game up. >> you can't quite figure things out. we have an exciting on our hands. the national league west and the giants could make it a bit less crowded and a pitcher's dual.
you know, san franciscois full of tourists taking in the city by the bay to come for the present day sights and history. >> as joe ro satto jr. shows us, new tour is combining the two. >> their plenty of ways can tour san francisco's present. peter and chris have figured out a way to tour its past. >> it's called the magic bus. it's a tour of the 60 no, sir san francisco. >> they are multicolor and it winds its way past the city sights. like any other tour. suddenly the music turns up and the view rewinds more than 40 years. >> you look out the window and the screens come down and they show you the past video. >> the video detours the ride through the 60s as you cruise haight ash burry and it's the
summer of love all over. >> half the tour is the 60s and half the tour is the world as it is now. >> the 60s, man. the 60s in san francisco. people came here and go to haight and see the american apparel and the stars and all of a sudden it's like a time machine. >> it's not just about hippies and flour power. it's open to reveal the bookstore and the social angst at the time is on full display. >> it's not only about the haight ash burr skpet summer of love. it's what the 60s was all about. it was a time of profound social shame. >> the idea is to show the era and the people who changed the world. the famous 60s saying rings true. you are either on the bus or not on the bus. nbc bay area news. >> if you are interested in a
tour back to the 60s, go to www.magic bus sf.com. . >> groovy. from the 60s to the 90s and beyond. >> 90s and 100s in some spots through the weekend. today was warm and we are on the way to ratching up to the weekend temperatures. los gatos and the almaden valley and it's 67 and it's low to mid 90s and the same story out towards fairfield. we are still pretty warm outside this evening. if you have friday evening dinner plans around san francisco. you will need a light jacket and 70 and the sea breeze is picking up. west winds over 20 miles per hour in oakland. a pretty view back to san francisco at 12. 80 degrees and look at san jose. no one in the fountains right now, but i guess tomorrow afternoon it will be a line there. 84 degrees and northwest wind.
some of the weather headlines and slow cooling and eventually by 11:00, some places may be in the 60s and 70s. it will be a slow cool down for tomorrow. a warmer start to the day and equal heating and lots of 90s and a chance of getting close to 100 degrees. keep in mind a spare the air day for the santa clara valley. that's where the unhealthy air quality will be for tomorrow, but towards sunday and monday and tuesday of next week as everybody gets back to work, we will see spare the air alerts continuing into early next week. not much in the way of fog. clear along the beaches and high pressure and what it's doing, steering it way off to the north and under the sink air it warms up and dries out. the bay area will see the temperatures soaring through the weekend. high temperatures in the 80s and 90s and 70s and 80s near the coast. they should get into the mid 80s and sunday into monday where the
ridge of high pressure maxes out and close to 100 degrees around livermore. san jose may get close to breaking records. upper 90s by monday and we will see records fall. for the weekend, high pressure sets up and we will have to watch the conditions in the hills if the winds get too gusty. we may see warnings for sunday night, but at this point it doesn't look like it will get that gusty. 70s and 80s and perfect beach weather in santa cruz. high temperatures for the weekend and mostly in the upper 80s along the south coast. 50s and 60s and a mild night most of the night in the 60s. if your air conditioner is running overnight, that is the reason why. it will be a warm night out towards the trivalley. low 90s and close to 95 for los gatos. a look at the coastline and enough of a sea breeze to keep things pretty comfortable for pacifica and half moon bay. towards the east bay and 80s for oakland and pleasant hill for
the north bay and highs in the low to mid 90s. the fall heat wave will max out into monday. we will see temperatures close to breaking records and a slow cool down. that won't be an immediate sea breeze, but we will see at least five or days of 90 degree temperatures. >> thank you very much. >> laura is back with sports and the giants. come on, come on. >> this is when it gets stressful, but fun. >> we haven't had this in a while. the giants cannot win the division this weekend, but they can knockout one of the teams that they are battling. after starting off, the rockies have fallen off to earth. all those defeats are on the road. tonight the action is shifting to coors field as tim lincecum tried to keep the giants? first place and continue his bounce back. something was brewing in this one early. timmy on the game strikes out miguel olivo in the bottom of the third.
both had no-nos through four. timmy was perfect through five. lead off double in the sixth and it's 1-0, wok rockies. we do not know how long the giants will be playing, but we know where to get the giants fix for this weekend. it's the final edition of giants clubhouse. a packed show lined up and a look at the challenge his mom was told he may never walk. we are going behind the scenes and the clubhouse king opens up the vault of goodies. what does it take to keep the players in pennant form? we have the team chef this sunday night at 9:30 at 12:30. the niners may have put a square into the defending champs on monday night, but there is problem. they don't count in the standings. what they need right now is an actual win. the only way to get that this sunday is by handing them their
first loss. >> we have to get a win and the first 1 and we can build on that. that starts this week at kansas city. we take the good things and you learn from the other stuff and move on. >> it's very important for us to go there and do the best job we can to come out with the win. >> good news from the raiders. he will get help in arizona. tom cable said michael bush will play making his first appearance this season, weeks after having surgery on the left he fractured t the last season. making way for fadden is off to a strong start so far this year. only three games into the season, but stanford fans have plenty of reasons to be thinking big. they have one of the best quarterbacks in the nation and they're blowing out opponents
week in and week out. the 16th ranked cardinal in south bend this weekend looking for the win over notre dame in 18 years. with any luck, it's hard to believe it will last. they lose their last two. michigan state field goal in overtime. that one hurt. the cardinal and ii rich play here on nbc bay area. it's another jam packed weekend in addition to the sanford and notre dame game for cal. they are trying to bounce back from the first loss by heading to arizona to face the 14th ranked wildcats. they face utah the top 13th opponent. with the prize looming large, round two of the championship and atlanta and phil mickleson
trying to be the first repeat winner and even a runner up finish that helps tiger woods in the standings. he is tied for 13th and shots back. he is chasing and the chip from the fringe rolling in for birdie. he is tied for the lead. the blockbuster deal in the works and according to reports, the nuggets are working on a trade that would send carmelo anthony to jersey. all-star guard def on harris could be winding up with the out cast. the sticking point with the nets not pulling the trigger unless they find the extension. he could have 24-hours to try to get that done with new jersey before all of this happened. >> concentrate on the giants. >> 1-0. they need to score runs like last night. >> all or we rl be bhtigwiacg.k we'll be right back with a new edition to the san francisco
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